This summer we are helping to provide school supplies to kids at Pointview and Mark Twain Elementary Schools.
Use our school supply list, buy the listed school supplies, and drop off the supplies before August 19th. Your donations will help meet the needs of less-privileged elementary students.
Wednesdays at 6:30pm and Sundays at 6pm
Share stories together, play games, music, message, and interaction with Maggie and Dustyn. Don’t miss it!
We’re encouraging both Middle and High school students to engage on Wednesday & Sunday nights. You are welcome to take part no matter if it’s your “typical night.”
Families can find Heritage Kids At Home, a continuation of our journey through the Bible, and more, including Mr. Matt’s Monday Minute in our Facebook group HK Families.
Connect with other women, participate in a virtual Bible study through RightNow Media, as well as share stories, encouragement & prayer requests in our Facebook group Heritage Women’s Ministry.
In a THG, we open ourselves to the Lord, and bring him our pains and wounds in the presence of a loving and safe small group community of no more than six participants and three trained leaders. In these 13-week groups, we find how to position ourselves for God to do a transforming work of healing that impacts our thoughts, feelings, and actions. If you would like to be part of a THG, new group applications will be offered in winter 2021.
Join the Heritage Kids Families Facebook group to access videos and talk-sheets each weekend. Each Saturday afternoon, Early Childhood director, Kendra Winemiller posts instruction as well as class content for infants through preschoolers & Elementary director, Jenny DeFrancesco posts instruction and home curriculum for Kindergarten through 5th graders.
Check out Heritage Kids At Home each weekend for a great children’s church experience from your home.
Our in depth Old Testament and New Testament study with Pavi and others, like many of our studies, has been taken online. A website has been set up with the materials and audio recordings of their sessions from this wonderful study. Whether you have been a part of Miqra or not, you’re welcome to click the link below to be taken to the website.